Latest Interviews

  • Interview with

    Teebs

    Teebs is a producer, a painter, and contributing member of the noted LA based Brainfeeder record label. Following the release of his much anticipated sophomore album Estara, Teebs began to redirect his creative focus into completing the body of work that would later be exhibited as “Overgrown”. His painting practice bares much relation to his music production: collaging, overlapping, and mixing imagery with painted gesture to ...

    On 2. June 2015 / By
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    Jenny Hval

    Jenny Hval has in recent years made a name for herself as a writer, journalist, recording artist and sound artist both in No rway and abroad. When her third record Viscera was released in 2011, WIRE magazine described the record as: “a stunning achievement both conceptually and musically.” Multidisciplinary and transgressive are words often employed to describe her art, but Jenny Hval’s ...

    On 29. May 2015 / By
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    Circuit des Yeux

    Circuit des Yeux is the solo project of Chicago-based artist Haley Fohr. A combination of folk chanteuse and noise maven, Fohr’s sound vacillates seamlessly between lo-fi and effortless-sounding songwriting sophistication. Between 2009-11 Fohr released three solo records and a series of EP’s and 7-inches with De Stijl, gaining international momentum with literally hundreds of live appearances around the world. Fohr’s highly anticipated 4th ...

    On 19. May 2015 / By
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    Sea Change

    “Fresh on the scene, Sea Change is the alter-ego of Ellen A. W. Sunde. Creating chilling electronica-pop, previous comparisons have been drawn to the likes of Fever Ray and Lykke Li, with a sound similar to artists such as iamamiwhoami, MØ and Broods.” Her debut album „Breakage“ has been released February 23rd 2015. Born in the south of Norway in the late 80s with ...

    On 1. May 2015 / By
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    Owen Ashworth

    Advance Base is new music by Owen Ashworth, formerly of Casiotone for the Painfully Alone. Walking the line between electric pop & more traditional singer/songwriter forms, Owen Ashworth builds minimalist, heavy-hearted, & nostalgia-obsessed tunes around his conversational, baritone vocals, using electric pianos, Omnichords, orchestral samples, & drum machines. The sound of Advance Base has been described as “depressed, ” “lo-fi, ” & “pop.” Advance Base ...

    On 26. April 2015 / By
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    Lisa Alma

    Lisa Alma blends her soothing voice with tranquil piano chords and pulsating electronic beats to create an encapsulating dream-pop universe. Her self-titled album’s melodramatic aura puts a contemporary spin on ’80’s pop music. Intoxicating sounds and contemplative lyrics produce a sense of depth on her powerful debut album. Her work in the field of performance arts and photography has invoked a sense of ...

    On 24. April 2015 / By
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    Samuel Rohrer

    Samuel Rohrer’s flexibility and capability to move around effortlessly in different styles, from atmospheric and free sounds to straight and energetic grooves make him a very dynamical and one of the most creative drummer in the European music scene today. He recorded several albums for ECM and other labels and built his own label arjunamusic records in 2012. Besides working on projects like ambiq, ...

    On 21. April 2015 / By
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    Kasar

    Arnold Kasar is a musical jack of all trades: in countless projects around the Berlin based label Sonar Kollektiv, the musician grown in the southern area of the picturesque Black Forest left his traces, among them Nylon, AtomHockey or with Volksbühne-player and latest Internet-Hype Friedrich Liechtenstein („Supergeil“). However, the trained sound-engineer is also capable of going solo, as he proved with his solo ...

    On 14. April 2015 / By
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    Joanne Robertson

    Black Moon Days is the second amazing solo LP by British polymath Joanne Robertson. It comes six years after her 2008 debut, The Lighter (Textile), which was one of that year’s signal releases. In the meantime, she has continued painting (the activity for which she is best known), curating shows, writing, recording odd bits in trio Tom Greenwood and David Cunningham, touring ...

    On 7. April 2015 / By
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    Derde Verde

    Indie-rock trio Derde Verde crafts colorful, chameleon-like song structures sprinkled with noise, analog electronics, melodic guitar lines and rhythmic twists. The L.A. based band named themselves after Val Verde, a rural valley town of coyotes, rolling hills, and big sky, an hour north of the city. With a range of influences from shoe gaze, to krautrock, to indie electronica, the band ’s music ...

    On 2. April 2015 / By
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    Moon Zero

    Moon Zero is the enigmatic and ethereal project of London-based Tim Garratt. Composed and recorded entirely in churches, Moon Zero’s compositions explore the harmonic chaos of competing frequencies. ‘Tombs’ is the debut release for Tim Garratt under his Moon Zero moniker. This four track EP introduces Tim’s approach to noise-drone, incorporating melody and structure, delivered through processed instrumentation and filtered electronics. Denovali ...

    On 2. April 2015 / By
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    Honzo

    Davide’s new Honzo project born out of his keen interest in human psychology (primary emotions like fear, anger, sadness, which are common for all humans of all cultures) and desire to reveal the bipolarity of his musical expression. By incorporating submerged futuristic-breakbeats, haunting cinematic soundscapes, cutting edge modulations and the whole dark palette of sonorous sounds, Davide is figuratively painting a dramatic, ...

    On 31. March 2015 / By
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    Golden Diskó Ship

    Golden Diskó Ship is Theresa Stroetges, a young Berlin-based multi-instrumentalist and video artist who performs live as a one-girl orchestra. Her imaginative soundscapes, shifting from delicate melodic lines steeped in nostalgia to the feedback arcs and textured distortion of machine abuse, evoke lucid dreams and have won critical praise for their fresh, eclectic collages of electronic and acoustic sound. Her debut solo ...

    On 7. January 2015 / By
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    Tomaga

    TOMAGA is two musicians on a quest to deconstruct their normal sonic palette and create a new and unfamiliar sound world. Having played as musicians for years in band s such as The Oscillation, Shit N Shine, Neon Neon, Raime, Voice Of Seven Thunders, Luke Roberts and countless others, TOMAGA channels multi-instrumentalism into music that is by turns reminiscent of industrial, jazz, ...

    On 7. January 2015 / By
  • Interview with

    Martyn Heyne

    The guitarist and producer Martyn Heyne is a founding member of Trygghet and the Levenmuster Collective, with which he developed the album “Two View” as well as the DVD “Sensing City”. During the last few years, he has worked with the likes of Nils Frahm, The National, Orcas, Peter Broderick, and many more for recordings, concerts and at his Lichte Studio in ...

    On 20. November 2014 / By